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Christmas Foods in Australia

Christmas Foods in Australia


A great Christmas dessert will finish your celebration in the sweetest way! Try these Christmas recipes for puddings, pavlova, trifle and other traditional options. Serve this rich, moist pudding with custard or cream on any special occasion, but for Christmas choose one of the traditional butters or sauces (see footnote). To follow Grandma s tradition of adding coins to the…


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Aussie Greetings

Aussie Greetings


Have you ever heard of someone wearing their trackies to a barbie after they have got some fuel at a servo? These are some of the many Australian slang words you need to know. Slang Slang is a type of language consisting of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, are mainly used in speech, and not generally used in writing at all. The unique aspect of slang is…


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Australian diversity

Australian diversity


ACARA is committed to the development of a high-quality curriculum for all Australian students, one that promotes excellence and equity in education. All students are entitled to rigorous, relevant and engaging learning programs drawn from a challenging curriculum that addresses their individual learning needs. Teachers will use the Australian Curriculum to develop teaching…


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Christmas Facts kids

Christmas Facts kids


Father Christmas has two addresses , Edinburgh and the North Pole. Letters addressed to TOYLAND or SNOWLAND go to Edinburgh, but letters addressed to THE NORTH POLE have to be sent there because there really is such a place! What are the names of Santa s reindeer? Father Christmas reindeers are called Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner/Donder, Blitzen…


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Different cultures clothing

Different cultures clothing


Costume of a geisha, close-up Costume of a geisha, full-length If your play is based in Japan, you might want a costume for a traditional geisha - a female Japanese entertainer. They wear white make-up on their face, with bright red lips. A geisha always wears a kimono (a traditional full-length robe). Clothes as worn at a traditional indian wedding Traditional Indian dress…


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Culture of Sydney

Culture of Sydney


The Indigenous Culture of Sydney – Global Travel Tourism


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What holidays are celebrated in Australia?

What holidays are celebrated in Australia?


Chinese New Year decorations, including red envelopes for money.Chinese New Year decorations, including red envelopes for Zhang What Do People Do? Like in many countries around the world, Chinese New Year celebrations in Australia include the following events and activities: Street festivals featuring arts, entertainment and children’s activities. Chinese New Year markets showcasing…


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Aussie Christmas Food

Aussie Christmas Food


Kick off the festive season with our spectacular modern feast. Grab the December issue of taste.com.au magazine from Thursday 12 November for our complete Aussie Christmas feast, plus loads more delicious ideas to take you through the festive season. Including a succulent Spiced Pineapple & Sake Glazed Ham, luscious Seafood Salad, Whole Roast Cauliflower, Baked Sweet…


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Torres Strait Islander Religion

Torres Strait Islander Religion


Religious Beliefs. Indigenous religion in the Torres Strait fell victim to Christianity early and thoroughly in the years of European contact, and few traces of it remain. It appears that beliefs focused upon a cast of culture heroes whose travels throughout the region were recounted in creation myths. Through the exploits of these mythological beings the physical features…


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Aboriginal spirituality Ethics

Aboriginal spirituality Ethics


Elder George Courchene of Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba, at a public hearing of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples in 1992, spoke of “Indian law” that was given to the people by the Creator at the beginning of time: “He gave them four directions. He gave them sweetgrass, the tree, the animal and the rock. The sweetgrass represents kindness; the tree represents honesty;…


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